Net Carbs in Vanilla Shakes
Dietary Fiber in Vanilla Shake
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Carbs and Fiber in Vanilla Shake

Food Item: CARB SOLUTIONS Low Carb Vanilla Shake Mix
Food Quantity: 1 serving
Carbs: 3g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Sugar Alcohol: 0g
Net Carbs: 3g

Vanilla Shake and Diet

According to weight loss trials which compared various types of diet plans, low carb type diets like the Zone, Atkins, Carbohydrate Addicts and South Beach Diet offer several benefits including, better control of blood glucose levels, and faster initial weight loss than lower-fat diets, although longer term health risks of low carb diets have yet to be established. But if you want to restrict your daily carb intake, choosing carb-controlled foods, like Vanilla Shake, will help. See also Advice About Low Carb Eating

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Note: Nutritional values in low carbohydrate foods can vary, so the above carb values for Vanilla Shake are intended as a guideline only.

Keto Low Carb Foods
Apple Cinnamon Cereal - Banana Nut Cereal - Cocoa Crisp Soy Cereal - Crisp Soy Cereal - Honey Nut
Oatmeal - Chocolate Biscotti - Lemon Biscotti - Vanilla Biscotti - Corn Tortilla Chips - Ranch Tortilla Chips
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Raspberry Spread - Strawberry Spread - Ketchup - Oatmeal Raisin Crunch Bar - Blueberry Cheesecake Bar
Caramel Nut Crunch Bar - Chocolate Coconut Creme - Chocolate Fudge Energy Bar

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Breakfast Bar - Chocolate Bar - Chocolate Chip Cookie Bar - Chocolate Fudge Bar - Chocolate Peanut Butter
Cinnamon Apple Bar - Coconut Bar - Lunch Bar - Mint Chocolate Bar - Peanut Butter Cups - Toffee Hazelnut
Chocolate Shake Mix - Vanilla Mix - Bake Mix - Pancake Syrup - Waffle Syrup

Carborite Low Carb Foods
Chocolate Almonds - Chocolate Peanuts - Chocolate Toffee - Gummy Bears - Jelly Beans - Citrus Slices
Vanilla Toffee - Chocolate Chip Cookie - Peanut Butter Cookie - Shortbread Cookie - Vanilla Cookies
Banana Shake Mix - Chocolate Shake Mix - Strawberry Shake Mix - Vanilla Shake Mix - Caramel Bar
Caramel Nougat - Chocolate Almond Bar - Chocolate Coconut Bar - Chocolate Crisp Bar - Chocolate Truffle
Chocolate Mint Bar - Lemon Bar - Peanut Caramel Bar - Peanut Butter Cup - Toffee Bar

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Butter - Margarine - Olive Oil - Vegetable Oil


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